Alicia McElhaney • August 18, 2017
The funds allege that six major banks conspired to overcharge on the stock loan market.
Leanna Orr • August 18, 2017
A California public pension fund opts out of the absolute-return chase — and doesn’t look back.
Imogen Rose-Smith • August 17, 2017
America needs more LGBT people on boards, says OUT Leadership, a New York-based group.
Staff • August 17, 2017
The gregarious and sentimental investors tilt toward value, whereas impulsive investors and thrill-seekers prefer growth stocks.
Alicia McElhaney • August 17, 2017
A former BAML IT worker abused his access to the investment banking division’s computer system, the SEC alledged Wednesday, and claimed his tips on future M&A activity spawned years of illicit transactions.
Joe McGrath • August 14, 2017
A growing number of fund managers — and a prominent U.K. consultant — are calling for investors to be vigilant about risks lurking in the high-yield market and elsewhere.
Joe McGrath • August 09, 2017
As the steelmaker looks to strengthen its balance sheet, the U.K.’s Pension Protection Fund says it has agreed to take on the scheme.
Robert Stowe England • August 07, 2017
With LedgerX becoming the first CFTC-approved Bitcoin options trader, investors finally have a regulated way to invest in cryptocurrency.
Leanna Orr • August 07, 2017
The lending niche that gets Lloyd Blankfein, Leon Black, and Steve Schwarzman in a room has pensions and endowments circling. Are BDCs ready to be tamed?
Joe McGrath • August 02, 2017
A new survey of defined-benefit-pension schemes finds that companies in the U.K.’s FTSE 100 index have a combined pension deficit of £17 billion — with oil giant Royal Dutch Shell showing the largest shortfall.
Ashby Monk • August 02, 2017
Investment returns are not infinite; like any other resource, they are scarce.
Joe McGrath • July 31, 2017
Institutional investors such as pensions have been increasing their allocations to private loan funds to broaden their income sources in a low-yield environment.
Joe McGrath • July 27, 2017
New research suggests British pension investors are re-evaluating their relationships with investment intermediaries.
Alicia McElhaney • July 25, 2017
Goldman Sachs Group’s decision to purchase Venezuelan bonds raises ethical questions for money managers.
Joe McGrath • July 25, 2017
Investment firms are ringing the alarm as retail inflows and lower bond yields drive up asset prices in European commercial real estate.
Joe McGrath • July 24, 2017
Alan Rubenstein, one of the most prominent executives in the U.K. retirement market, is leaving the PPF.
Meredith Jones • July 20, 2017
Julie Segal • July 20, 2017
J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Janus Henderson Investors, and other asset managers are employing so-called cash-driven investment strategies for corporate pension plans with declining assets.
Joe McGrath • July 19, 2017
Rising interest in renewables from U.K. pension funds is part of a wider trend underscored by the Paris Agreement.
Kip McDaniel • July 19, 2017
Before the biggest allocator move of the year sent shockwaves through the industry — Britt Harris to UTIMCO! — Austin investors knew something was up at Texas Teachers. Here's a guide to the gossip.
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